Accurate fault location in the power transmission line using support vector machine approach

@article{Salat2004AccurateFL,
  title={Accurate fault location in the power transmission line using support vector machine approach},
  author={Robert Salat and Stanislaw Osowski},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={19},
  pages={979-986}
}
The paper presents a new approach to the location of fault in the high-voltage power transmission line, relying on the application of the support vector machine and frequency characteristics of the measured one-terminal voltage and current transient signals of the system. The extensive numerical experiments performed for location of different kinds of faults of the transmission line have proved very good accuracy of fault location algorithm. The average error of fault location in a 200-km… CONTINUE READING

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